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For template parameters, how about a pair that involves both the Ajami (Arabic abjad) and Boko (Roman alphabet) counterparts, just like the Malay language is to its Jawi and Rumi counterparts? One could also write the Kanuri language in Ajami, too. In the Malagasy language, the Ajami script is also called Sorabe.
I also go the extra mile to edit entries, so I may want to look over other versions to make sure I don't mess up. It's also amazing (not to mention also amusing) what one could learn from a single dictionary.
makaɗīm (musician's drumstick; spindle); makāmāf (handle in one sense, excuse in another) / makā̀mā m (a traditional title held by one of an amir's councillors); mayānīm, plural mayanai (kerchief); mùhibbā̀f (respect); muhūjīm (a boring tool, as in a drill?); muhūrīm (two-handled carving tool); mùjallā̀f, plural mujalloli (magazine, journal); mūjìyāf (owl); murfīm (stopper, cover, lid); mùr̃zānī̀m (red coral); mūzīm (simpleton); mùzūrūm (tom-cat)